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Monday, November 9, 2009

Hillwood's Fall Open House: Nov 12th, 5-7:30 P.M.

Hey everyone! Please mark your calendars for next week's Open House!

Next Thursday, the wonderful directors of Hillwood is hosting an Open House for prospective families. If you are also a prospective parent, here is a small description of Hillwood:

Hillwood Academic Day School has been in the Pacific Heights area of San Francisco for 60 years, starting in the year of 1949. School lessons are held in a Victorian house. True, it has a small amount of students but do you want your child/children to be cared for? Do you want your kid(s) to test averagely and above? Will you want them to have hot meals during lunch? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then Hillwood is right for your child/children. Mr. and Mrs. Grantz, the directors of Hillwood, truly care about the students here. They are friendly and can always make you smile and laugh.


Most Hillwood graduates have fond memories here. From the wonderful basketball challenges to the awesome over-nights at the Grantz family's cabin in Muir Woods. Also, most Hillwood students test well enough to get into the high schools of their choices. They have gone on to some of the best high schools in San Francisco such as Lowell, Saint Ignatius, and Sacred Heart.

For lunch, Mr. and Mrs. Grantz hired Ms. Martha to cook for us. It's all fresh, not frozen like those big schools. Some of the student favorites are hot dogs, pot stickers, and macaroni and cheese. It's all fresh off the stove straight from the pots.

Well, we hope very much for families to come. Once you're child is here, it is like he/she is part of a family... a very big family! Everyone is welcome to the Open House on November 12th, from 5 to 7:30 P.M.

There will be light refreshments served, along with provided child care. Hillwood students should come and in uniforms.

Well, I will see everyone at the Open House next week. It will be a pleasure to meet you!! ^^


*Photo Credit: Julian F.

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